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. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> john roberts administered the holt and president obama and daughters stood by his side. >> for we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do well and a growing number barely make it. >> the weather was chilly but michelle obama and president obama took time to walk some of the parade walk. >> and the ball is underway right now in washington, d.c. a live look at president obama and michelle obama having this dance. the festivities under way in the nation's capital. let's take a listen. [ music playing ] >> al green toon there. >> there are only two balls this year. the president and the first lady enjoying the dance. >> tens of thousands of people filled the national mall today to get a look at the inauguration ceremony. ktvu's ken pritchett is live in the nation's capital where he spoke with people who were thrilled to be a part of history. ken? >> reporter: by one estimate the crowd size at this inauguration was bigger than expected, 1 million people. we were in with that crowd as they converged on the capital. many who
right. john is live in oakland and tells us his stop and frisk tactic is already in place. >> reporter: tonight, oakland city leaders are touting their newly hired police consultant bill bratton. they say hiring him will help fight crime here. >> i feel like i'm a broken record here. this police department practices constitutional policing. >> to meet with the leadership of the police department -- >> reporter: this afternoon, ken wayne caught up with bill bratton. >> a lot of our work is going to be very significantly focused within the department, looking at how they're fighting crime, how they might improve how they fight crime. >> reporter: bratton is known for a more aggressive policing style which includes stop and frisk. the chp has been using that method for decades. >> when we stop, we always have probable cause. sometimes it's based on a vehicle code violation. sometimes it's based upon things that occur within the view of the officer. >> reporter: in the past two and a half months, the chp stopped about 2,000 vehicles here. they impounded 659 vehicles and arrested 307 peopl
raise your child's iq. john fowler live in san francisco with what parents need to know here, john. >> reporter: that's right, for the very littlest ones it's more than just play. but as many parents know instinctively enrichment does work. >> reporter: parents easily can boost their children's iq several points. >> everybody wants to have the smartest kid, right. >> give them the most advantage as possible. if there's things you can do why not do it. >> reporter: multiple studies including diet and intellectual stimulation. preschool, another four points, preschool emphasizing language, another four points. >> not only does she have english and spanish from my side but she has portuguese also from her father's side. >>> the common theme is complex environment. that young developing brains rise to the challenge. >> growth of connections amongst brain cells and growth of brain cells themselves. >>> the so called neuroplasticity creates huge benefits. >> better memory, better perception, better attention. >> and abstract thinking he says that's possible even in toddlers. if parents e
of gunfire at the bay fair b.a.r.t. station. john sasaki spoke with the victim's family who says this murder victim was full of peace and love. >> reporter: this east bay family has a big hole in their lives. 50-year-old kevin seats was shot and killed in san leandro on saturday afternoon. >> he just had a big heart. very generous. he was dependable, you could always count on him for anything. >> reporter: seats and tammy scotts were domestic partners and he was father to tammy's son who called him dad. it appears that he was just caught in the cross fire between two groups of people who started shooting at each other. >> loved everybody he came across. just you know just a good individual that died way too young. and it ain't really -- it's not right. >> reporter: seats was from georgia, served in the army, was a big atlanta falcons fan and worked numerous jobs including driving a delivery truck across the state. >> just a positive role model for the youth. i think that if it was more kens out here to help with the violence or the street violence and the youth it would be a better place. >>
for years. new tonight at 6:00 p.m. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler is here with a new partnership saving money and lives. >> reporter: here in the bay view district, one of 24 corner markets in this african american community. pass the cookies, candies and snack food. fresh fruits and vegetables. >> reporter: today the kickoff of a program to reverse generations of poor food choices. >> candies, chips, sodas. >> reporter: the 30,000 people shop mostly at corner markets and that caused rates of obesity and diabetes. >> diabetes is one of the most costly diseases to treat and manage. >> reporter: convenient healthy food will help. >> asking our community stores step up to the table, help us to create change. >> i told them i don't know if it will work out but when we did it it is selling. >> reporter: experts offered free work shops. kaiser donated a million dollars. and educates school children and parents. this store opened 18 months ago but is now closing. >> shows we can't be dependent on one store. >> reporter: they signed up two stores. they hope to have six more b
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